Spring Clean-Up 2019

Spring Clean-Up is scheduled for Friday, May 17th. This is your normal trash collection day; however, Waste Management will be sending extra trucks to pick up additional household waste.

The Tire Collection will take place on May 17th and 18th. To take advantage of the program, all you need to do is bring your old, used tires to the Street Department located at 4100 Orchard Lane and throw them in the dumpster.  The dumpster will be available Friday, May 17th from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM as well as Saturday, May 18th from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM.

There is no cost for the service; however, to ensure everyone gets to participate, there is a limit of 10 tires per household.  You will need to show the program monitor proof that you are an Obetz resident.  You may show your driver’s license or your latest water bill.

Clean-up and Bulk/Large Item Pickup Guidelines


  • Household doors and windows, furniture, mattresses, and carpeting will be accepted
  • Carpeting must be rolled and securely tied in no longer than four (4) foot sections
  • Mattresses/Boxsprings must be wrapped in plastic and taped
  • Bags may not exceed thirty‐five (35) pounds and containers may not exceed seventy‐five (75) pounds
  • No individual item over five (5) feet in length, three (3) feet wide or (3) three feet high or weighing over 100 pounds
  • Windows, glass, and mirrors must be less than 3’ x 4’ in size. Broken glass must be placed in a box, taped shut and clearly marked “Broken Glass”
  • All small items must be in bags or containers for collection – LOOSE PILES WILL BE LEFT FOR THE HOMEOWNERS DISPOSAL
  • Appliances – Freon containing appliances (air conditioners, freezers, refrigerators, and dehumidifiers) must have the Freon removed and tagged by a certified technician
  • PAINTS – Water-based paints are acceptable if they have been left open and dried out. Cat litter can be used to dry out water-based paints. Follow these guidelines to dispose of oil-based paints and other household hazardous wastes.


  • Auto Parts: Engines, tires, batteries
  • Electronics: Televisions, computers, printers, fax machines
  • Lumber, plaster, drywall, paneling, siding, or other building materials
  • Chemicals: Pesticides, paints, solvents or other household hazardous wastes – (Follow these guidelines to dispose of household hazardous waste)
  • Propane tanks/gas tanks
  • Ashes
  • Dead Animals
  • Fencing
  • Concrete, dirt, rocks, sod or stumps
  • Iron or steel
  • Cast iron bathtubs
  • Medical waste
  • Appliances that contain Freon and Freon has not been removed